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Quadruple Hunter Sophie Ingle Now Part Of "Best Team In The World" At Chelsea

Wales captain Sophie Ingle is playing for the “best team in the world” according to former England striker Eni Aluko. Ingle is preparing for Chelsea’s Women’s Champions League final against Barcelona this weekend having already pocketed a second successive Women’s Super League title medal. The Wales skipper – now playing regularly in midfield rather than defence for both her country and her club – was part of the Blues’ line-up that lifted the domestic league trophy last weekend with a thumping 5-0 win over Reading.

Fans Are Back In Wales As Swansea City, Newport County, Wales And Glamorgan Get Green Light

Swansea City and Newport County will be playing their home play-off matches in front of fans for the first time this season. The move has been confirmed by the Welsh Government who have given the green light for both clubs’ ties to be played in front of supporters as pilot events as part of the easing of Covid-19 restrictions. The go-ahead means both Welsh clubs will not be disadvantaged as they might have been after English clubs were given the okay to allow a limited number of fans back for their home ties.

Toby Booth Backs Michael Collins To Lead Ospreys To Higher Level

Toby Booth believes the Ospreys have signed another leader with the recruitment of New Zealander Michael Collins. The 27-year-old – who is eligible for Wales through his grandfather – will move to the Liberty Stadium this summer from the Highlanders on a two-year deal. The New Zealand Under-20 three-quarter, who can play centre or full back, played in the Blues side that defeated the British and Irish Lions in 2017.

Beth Munro Is Living The Dream As She Joins Matt Bush On Takewondo Tokyo Trail

Beth Munro has admitted she is “in a dream world” after joining Welsh para-taekwondo star Matt Bush in earning Great Britain places at this summer’s Paralympics in Tokyo. The Welsh pair secured their spots at the European taekwondo qualifiers in Bulgaria at the weekend. Team GB already had one place guaranteed through world number one Amy Truesdale in the +58kg event, but now the Welsh duo will make up a three-strong team.

Newport County Prepare For Forest Green Rovers . . . But Are Happy To Avoid Jamille Matt Reunion

Newport County goalkeeper Tom King believes Forest Green Rovers will badly miss former Rodney Parade hero Jamille Matt when the two clubs clash in the play-offs. County clinched their place in the League Two mini-series after a 1-1 draw at Southend at the weekend, where they were indebted to King for a penalty save that kept the scores level. It ensured the Exiles finished fifth in the final table, on the same points as sixth-placed Forest Green who they will now meet over two legs.

Scarlets Set To Sign Pumas Star After Showing The Door To Glenn Delaney

The Scarlets may have sacked head coach Glenn Delaney but they are busy making plans for next season by lining up Argentina Test star Tomas Lezana. Delaney was dismissed on Saturday night with the region having second thoughts over kicking him upstairs to become their director of rugby. Instead, they are kicking him out with Dwayne Peel being given a clear run at things next season with no influence from over his shoulder.

Jenny Nesbitt Produces Devastating Solo Run In The Wet For 5000m Victory In Trafford

Jenny Nesbitt produced a devastating front-running performance to blow away a strong domestic field at the British Milers Club Grand Prix at Trafford on Saturday night. The Welsh Commonwealth Games hopeful led from gun to tape to win the 5,000m A race by a huge margin in a time of 15:40.10.

Swansea City Warned By Barnsley Boss: The Tide Has Turned And We're The Strong Team Now

Bullish Barnsley manager Valerien Ismael has warned Swansea City the momentum is all with his team as they prepare to host Swansea City in the first leg of the Championship play-offs. Ismael is in confident mood after his club completed a hugely impressive second half of the season during which they won 13 out of 19 games. Only Watford managed to achieve a better run in.

Cymru Premier Roundup: Untouchable Top-Two Take Title Race Into Final Day

Newport County . . . One Step From From The Play-Offs But We Have To Take It, Says Mike Flynn

Mike Flynn has told his Newport County team there are no medals for those who stumble at the final hurdle. Flynn’s promotion-chasers play their final match of the season today with their League Two play-off fate very much in their own hands. The Exiles travel to face already-relegated Southend United knowing a point will seal them a place in the end-of-campaign shoot-out.

JD Cymru Premier

Cymru Premier Roundup: Untouchable Top-Two Take Title Race Into Final Day

The JD Cymru Premier title race will be decided on the final day of the season after Connah’s Quay and The New Saints proved too strong on the penultimate weekend. A 3-0 win over Bala Town temporarily put The New Saints back top of the table, before Connah’s Quay ran out... Read More

Nomads Wary Of Threat From Old Boys With Title On The Line

Connah’s Quay will know whether the Cymru Premier title is within their grasp by the time tomorrow afternoon’s late match against Caernarfon Town starts (5.15, live on Sgorio). Anything less than a win for The New Saints in their earlier game against Barry Town (2:30) would leave Connah’s Quay within three... Read More

Cymru Premier Roundup: Penalty Decision Aids Nomads Comeback, Saints Return To Form

Connah's Quay and The New Saints both returned to winning ways last night to take the JD Cymru Premier title race into the final two games of the season. Connah's Quay came from behind to win 2-1 at Barry Town, meanwhile The New Saints picked up their first win in four... Read More

No Margin For Error As Cymru Premier Title Race Stops Off In South Wales

Connah’s Quay and The New Saints are looking to return to winning ways this evening as the JD Cymru Premier title race stops off in south Wales. The two title challengers make respective journeys to Barry Town and Penybont in the knowledge there is no margin for error, with only three... Read More

Cymru Premier Title Race Set To Go To Wire Following Stalemate

The title race in the JD Cymru Premier is expected to go to the wire after Connah’s Quay and The New Saints cancelled each other out in the final meeting of the season between the two sides. In a nervy encounter at the Deeside Stadium, a tense performance from both sides... Read More

Cymru Premier: Robins Run Riot At The Rock, Cardiff Met Extend Unbeaten Run

Newtown continued their impressive Play-Off Conference form with a 7-0 demolition of struggling Cefn Druids. James Davies came off the bench to a hat-trick against his former club as the Robins moved six points clear of Haverfordwest, who play tomorrow. Newtown, who have won six and drawn one of their seven... Read More
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